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Networking: Oracle by Example Series → service entry in your tsnames.ora file as follows: Start Oracle Net Manager by clicking Start->Programs … platforms. Networking: Oracle by Example Series Oracle by Example (OBE) has a series on the Oracle
Storage: Oracle by Example Series → parameter as you do for other system parameters by navigating to the All Initialization Parameters page … Recovery". Storage: Oracle by Example Series Oracle by Example (OBE) has a series on the Oracle
Apache HTTP Server → Access Control by URL The Directive Syntax: Context: server config, virtual host Status: core The … directive provides for access control by URL. It is comparable to the directive, and should be
Getting Started: Oracle by Example Series → Chapter 10, "Monitoring and Tuning the Database". Getting Started: Oracle by Example Series Oracle by
Specified by: → init in interface Provider Overrides: init in class JavaProvider Parameters: pd - the provider deployment descriptor for querying configuration. ssc - the SOAP server context. Throws: SOAPException - if an error occurs in initialization. See Also: JavaProvider.destroy()
Specified by: → marshall in interface Serializer java.lang.IllegalArgumentException java.io.IOException
Specified by: → getChildNodes in interface Node Overrides: getChildNodes in class XMLNode Returns: The children of this node
Specified by: → error in interface PipelineErrorHandler Parameters: msg - - error message Throws: java.lang.Exception PipelineException
DELIMITED BY → The DELIMITED BY clause is used to indicate the characters that identify the end of a record. If … DELIMITED BY NEWLINE is specified, then the actual value used is platform-specific. On UNIX platforms … , NEWLINE is assumed to be " \n ". On Windows NT, NEWLINE is assumed to be " \r\n ". If DELIMITED BY … search for the delimiter.
Specified by: → getNodeType in interface Node Returns: type of the node
Specified by: → getDoctype in interface Document Returns: The associated DTD See Also: DocumentType
A Functions and Commands by Functional Category → "OLAP DML as a Data Definition Language". For options and system properties by category, see "Categories
Parameters by Functional Category → The following list shows the initialization parameters by their functional category: ANSI
Filtering Data by Time → To filter data by time, set the STARTTIME and ENDTIME parameters in the DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR … of redo records. You can infer the order of redo records by using the SCN. See Also: Examples Using … LogMiner for a complete example of filtering data by time PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference for
Audit By User → Statement and privilege audit options can audit statements issued by any user or statements issued … by a specific list of users. By focusing on specific users, you can minimize the number of audit … records generated. Audit By User Example To audit statements by the users SCOTT and BLAKE that query
Authentication by the Network → Authentication capabilities at the network layer are handled by the SSL protocol or by third-party … services, as described in the following subsections: Authentication by the Secure Socket Layer
ORDER BY Clause → An ORDER BY clause is allowed in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement. It is used only during the … materialized view in the order specified in the ORDER BY clause. This initial ordering provides physical … clustering of the data. If indexes are built on the columns by which the materialized view is ordered … due to the physical
Actions Audited by Default → Regardless of whether database auditing is enabled, Oracle always audits certain database-related operations and writes them to the operating system audit file. This fact is called mandatory auditing, and it includes the following operations: Connections to the instance with administrator privileges An audit record is generated that lists the operating system user connecting to Oracle as SYSOPER or
Authentication by the Network → Oracle supports the following methods of authentication by the network: Third Party-Based … credentials in Oracle wallets. X.509v3 certificates obtained from (and signed by) a trusted entity … and privileges for users, including users authenticated by X.509 certificates. It enforces attribute